- Carina Press
- Release Date
- June 2017
- Book 2 of Dragon Soul
Fantasy Romance, LGBTQ
Meet the Beteferoce brothers. Five dragon shifters, each with a strong elemental power. And each with a fierce desire to find his soul mate.
Deke has yet to meet a man who gives him a rush. Coast Guard rescue has kept the dragon shifter busy, but there's no harder work than finding a mate. Then comes Bryan. Bearded and inked, the personal trainer turned mechanic smells of grease, sweat and red meat. How irresistibly human can you get? And when it comes to hot, slamming sex, they're the perfect fit. Now all Deke has to do is to tell Bryan what he really is, and what he has planned for them.
Bryan has never met anyone like Deke, a consuming lover with a body so arousing it damn near hurts. And he knows how to use every inch of it. Yet he can't shake the feeling that Deke is hiding something. Just not this-the stud he's falling for is a centuries-old dragon who has marked him as a mate.
Bryan has to admit that something inside him is changing. For the first time ever, he's satisfied, body and soul. If Deke really is telling the truth, this could be his destiny-if he's ready to face it.
May 08, 2017 [ OFFICIAL REVIEW ]
83 people found the following review helpful
SEDUCED BY THE TIDE is the second book in the Dragon Soul series, and this time we focus on Deke, the youngest of Beteferoce brothers. He saw Bryan when Jake and Shae were bonding, but not really to speak to. Still, he liked what he saw then. This time, Jack and Shae are happily together, their bond in full force. Deke is on a week's holiday and gets more than he bargained for when he and Bryan turn up for a grill. The attraction is there, and Deke moves it quickly onwards, listening to what Bryan's body says instead of what he says, especially as he doesn't use the safe word that is in place. A lot of things come clear as this story moves on, and it was heartbreaking to learn of Bryan's past. Deke was there to help him through it though, and in fact, this helps to support and strengthen their bond.
Now, book 1, I enjoyed, I really did. There was still 'something' that was missing for me though, and I've no idea what. Whatever it was, it's definitely been found in this book. This story is incredibly well written, with no editing or grammatical errors that I noticed to disrupt my reading flow. There is a depth to this book that drew me in and I didn't want to leave until the story was over. A wonderful story that is full of heat and heart. Definitely recommended by me.
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